Aristotle-to-Ricardo-to-Hayek turn the double play way better than Plato-to-Rousseau-to-Rawls
NO. I've linked it in a post. It's your typical excellent work.
Carl, if anything that's being written on by everyone -- so even if yours is better than others, it's still got a bit of a tendency to get lost in the fog.It's an excellent piece, but there's only so much time people will devote to the subject -- esp. when, like you and I, they know the media has their heads stuck up their asses. (They EXPECT the Dems and Obama to be that way, of course -- but the media isn't SUPPOSED to be quite so dunderheaded).So it's also a singing to the choir kind of thing. Just because your sermon is rousing and very well performed, you're still telling people things they already know and agree with, so they don't give a lot of reaction.;-)
Put it on the Huffington, Puffington Post, or that creepy Democratic Underground, then you'll get some reactions. LOL.Carl, your work is exceptional although you already know this. I've turned a lot of friends onto your blog and they are equally impressed. (PS: Wow, Re Capitals. We'll see how the Penguins end up.)
I have to read NOfP everyday otherwise I feel disconnected. You have a knack for being thorough yet concise, and due to your liberal use of references, I consider your work to be 'primary source' material.Besides being factual, it's also entertaining. I sincerely hope you do not retire. The reward may not be such that it compels you to continue, but I dare say I'm not alone in hoping you keep at it.
I agree with OBH...If I agree with you, and if no one makes comments that are contradictory in nature, it's sort of stupid to just "ditto" your entire article.I could, though, if that would make you feel that your effort was worthwhile...Because your effort _is_ worthwhile - no doubt.
I guess that's enough love for me to continue for a while!
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